Size and Capacity
Cargo Space and Loading
Driving and Handling
Comfort and Convenience
The specifications listed are based upon COOP's most commonly rented fleet. They are not the exact measurements of all fleet vehicles rented by COOP. Specifications will vary by make, model, and year of trailer.
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Lowboys are used to haul loads with heights of up to 12ft. This is because the hauling deck sits lower than that of other types of flatbed trucks, creating that extra vertical space. An additional impressive characteristic is that the deck can be dropped to the ground to allow for the loading and unloading of cargo. They also have a gooseneck attachment which aids this purpose.
Stake Bed Body
The stake bed design allows metallic or wooden pillars to be fitted on the sides of the flatbed. These are mainly used to support cargo during transportation. Detaching the stakes during unloading makes it easy to pull the cargo from any side convenient to you.
This is a flatbed truck type made of two decks, one which lies lower than the other one. The lower deck acts as the main deck and is used to haul slightly taller freight than the upper one. Also, it is longer when compared to the other deck, with a maximum length of 37ft while the smaller deck measures up to 11ft. Just like lowboys, the flatbed can be dropped to the ground when need be.
With trucks tailored in order to optimize mileage, International becomes one of the best truck manufacturing companies. The performance of their engines is great and overall, the trucks are very efficient. The cabin area is made to ensure the driver’s comfort while equally providing good visibility.
Vanguard has successfully manufactured flatbed trucks that get the job done well. They offer more than meets the eye, with a fleet of trucks that are fuel-efficient and reliable. Fully Aluminum VAF and Lightweight Steel VSF materials are used to make the rigid deck structures. From our list of flatbed truck rentals in Buffalo, you can reserve one of your choice when you join our COOP platforms.
Scania has by far, some of the best flatbed trucks in the market, e.g. the P-series which offers an array of dependable trucks. Most Scania flatbed trucks use air suspension which increases the driver’s comfort while ensuring the safety of the goods in transit. Also, some of its flatbed truck models are designed with a flat cabin area top to create space for customization for more freight.
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Given the different types of flatbed trucks, many businesses in the construction industry in Buffalo easily find what they need. For instance, lowboys are rigid with a lowly laid deck that is suitable for hauling most of the equipment and tools used in construction. Also, most flatbed trucks come with reinforcement to ensure that freight is tightly secured during transportation.
Customized flatbeds, i.e. logging body designs are commonly used in this area. They are structured to ensure that breakdowns during work are minimized, thanks to the high-quality materials used to make them. Also, since they are required to haul very heavy items in rough terrains, they are also installed with powerful engines with high torque.
Another common use of the flatbed trucks rented with COOP is automobile haulage. Flatbed trucks are rugged with lengths of up to 48ft; this is ideal for transporting multiple automobiles at the same time. Reserve yours today by registering with COOP.
What size flatbed truck do I need to move construction equipment?
You can rent a 48ft long flatbed truck and move all your construction equipment. Our platform provides different rental options; you just need to join in order to explore the flatbed truck choices you have.
Where can I rent a flatbed truck?
From a convenient vehicle-sharing platform like COOP. Register with the platform today and rent a flatbed truck of your choice near you.
How much does it cost to rent a flatbed truck?
This depends on which flatbed truck you rent. Usually, when you rent with COOP you will pay starting from $69 a day.
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